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BBLACKK GGHOSTT

Here is my ghost story. Well, to be honest, I've never been one to truly believe in ghosts, but this experience still gives me goosebumps when I think about it. My first partner and I were visiting Salzburg Austria back in the early 90s. We booked a room in a very old B&B called the Altstadhotel. We had an exhausting day of exploring beautiful Salzburg and retired to our room after a final evening stroll along the Salzach river. We both fell asleep quickly under the down comforters. Shortly after 2:00 a.m., however, we both woke up shrieking simultaneously. We had both just experienced the same phenomenon. Both of us felt a presence hovering directly over us. In the moment it felt very real and very malevolent. I had broken out in a cold sweat and Craig was trembling uncontrollably. When we compared notes on what just happened to us, on went the lights for the rest of the night. Neither one of us slept a wink and we checked out of the hotel and into another the very next morning.

How about you? Do you believe in spooks? Do you have your own ghost story?

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  2) That would be fun for Ann by AnnetteK — 265
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15) Hello, my name is Mitt Romney. by Sam Sara — 133
16) And Alan West by edwardssl — 130
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19) Mitt wanted to end FEMA. Repeat. by kravitz — 121
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